4^8x = 16^x+8
I have tried starting by using exponent laws and breaking the equation down into:
4^8x= 16^x * 16^8
...but now I'm stuck. I've been looking at this problem so long and tried multiple angles and I feel like I'm over thinking it. Is this on the right track? What would my next step be?
This question was asked on Jan 21, 2013 and answered on Jan 21, 2013.
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